The FBI commandeers the NYPD detectives for little more then leg work after a bomb explodes during an anti-globalist demonstration. Castle is asked by the captain as sharp observer. Sifting trough mountains of witness depositions, he sets their own team o the right track after the FBI arrests the wrong suspect. Written by
Did You Know?
The "sinning by silence" quote mentioned by Levine and Beckett refers to a line by Ella Wheeler Wilcox, in the 1914 poem 'Protest' (from 'Poems of Problems'): "To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards out of men." It was wrongly attributed to Lincoln by Gen Douglas MacArthur in 1950, paraphrased in the form Beckett uses (dropping the word "out"), although the poem was published 49 years after Lincoln died. See more
[questioning a bombing suspect
I was shot in the chest, and I remember every *second* of it. So do you.
[watching in the observation room, to himself
All this time... you remembered?
References Castle: Knockout
Written by 'Robert Duncan (VII)' (qv) See more